Retrofit London Implementation Plan

Retrofitting London’s housing stock across all tenures is a project of a such scale that makes it a nationally important infrastructure programme, so how do we implement it?

London’s local authorities and London Councils set out to address the challenge head on by developing the Retrofit London Housing Action Plan (RLAP) which explores the key issues, sets out the principles, and actions that can achieve a set of defined objectives. It was a collaborative and consensual document that defined an approach for decarbonising London’s homes.

On behalf of London Councils, Enfield Council and Waltham Forest Council then commissioned Campbell Tickell to produce a Retrofit London Implementation Plan (RLIP) which takes the actions set out in the RLAP and translates them into a coordinated programme of activities. Every RLAP activity links to one or more RLIP activities.

The RLIP covers the period 2022 – 2025, laying the groundwork for achieving the key objective: all homes to be an average of EPC B (or equivalent) by 2030.

The Retrofit London programme was awarded Climate Change Project of the Year in the 2022 UK Housing Awards.

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